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    bashtop displays incorrectly in QTerminal LUBuntu 20.04.1

    I tried to include a screenshot but my post was rejected with a nastygram about a missing security token or some such.

    I installed LxTerminal and bashtop displayed perfectly in an LxTerminal window.

    David

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    Re: bashtop displays incorrectly in QTerminal LUBuntu 20.04.1

    Managed to get a screenshot ...


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    Re: bashtop displays incorrectly in QTerminal LUBuntu 20.04.1

    This is not limited to anything in Ubuntu, as I saw it last night using `bpytop` on Debian Bullseye/Sid (it occurs there with `bashtop` too)

    I also suspect it occurs in other shells too (not just QTerminal) as I've seen it on systems where I wasn't using LXQt (including 18.04) though it wasn't recent enough for me to recall details.

    It never worried me enough to look for a pattern (or thus cause).

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    Re: bashtop displays incorrectly in QTerminal LUBuntu 20.04.1

    I'm probably dense, but which part displays incorrectly? Your screenshot looks nice to me.

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    Re: bashtop displays incorrectly in QTerminal LUBuntu 20.04.1

    I took it as the vertically bars not lining up.

    I just noticed my background for one monitor (which is a cool-retro-term running as a snap) on my Lubuntu hirsute system also has the flaw (and far worse). It's a very different program, and cool-retro-term for me is using the ibm-3278 font (I'm an ex-mainframe guy, if it needs explanation)

    @David FYI: I replied via LP because I saw it there first (the bug hit my email inbox). We were focussing on groovy hitting the streets, so watching support places hasn't been high priority in recent days.. I plan to find our where I saw/see it on bionic next, but it's not high priority.

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